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2 Easy Upper-Body Workouts That’ll Help Tone You Up in Under 10 Minutes

Feel your body getting stronger with these easy, at-home routines.

Sure, it’s ideal to get in some exercise every day, but finding the time to go to the gym can be a hassle, and fitness programs or personal trainers aren’t always in the budget. But taking a quick walk, stretching daily or perhaps doing some arm and upper-body workouts at home are all viable options!

We’ve gathered two workouts that will not only get your heart rate up but are great for toning and strengthening your arm and upper-body muscles. Both routines are low impact, don’t require you to leave to the house and only require either small weights or a resistance band. Here, dive into these user-friendly classes that will get you feeling strong and healthy in no time!

1. Quick Burn: Arm Toning Workout

Woman lifting dumbbells in arm workouts

If you’re looking to strengthen and tone your arms, this class is perfect for you. An easy way to get stronger is with an arm workout that’s less than 10 minutes. This routine is targeted for older adults and will keep you energized without putting too much pressure on your joints. Bicep curls, lateral raises, or even simply holding the weights at waist level are all exercises to help you get toned.

Click through to start your Quick Burn: Arm Toning Workout.

2. Quick Burn: Resistance Band Workout

Woman demonstrating an arm workout with a resistance band

Similar to the first arm workout, this class focuses on low-impact training, only this time it’s with a resistance band. This workout centers on your upper body and works to tone the chest, back, arms and shoulders. It’s likely that you’ll feel the good kind of sore when you’re done going through this routine.

Click through to start your Quick Burn: Resistance Band Workout.

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